Wiscasset Family Health is excited to announce its relocation to 35 Water Street. Beginning Monday March 16th they will start seeing patients in a newly renovated office space. 35 Water strews between Sarah’s Pizza and Water Street Kitchen & Bar overlooking the Sheepscot River. Continued growth and a desire to participate in the revitalization of downtown Wiscasset spurred the practice to move from its original location and home of the past 40 years at 66 Water Street.
Physician and practice owner Dr. Linville purchased the building in the fall of 2019 with the very patient help of Nancy Carleton of William Raveis Real Estate. Tobias Gabranski, architect and SJ Wood Construction Company of Winthrop have transformed the existing space into a modern healthcare facility. There will be an open house on March 16th from 3-6pm. All community members, patients and collaborators are invited to come explore the new location of this patient centered medical home.
Serving the mid coast area, Wiscasset Family Health is an independently owned primary care practice. Dr. Cortney Linville, Sarah Robey, PA-C, Mary Rafter, FNP, Sarah Hurley, PA-C and Jesse Cheney, PA-C work collaboratively with staff to meet the evolving healthcare needs of our patients. Services include comprehensive primary care, immunizations, osteopathic manipulation, psychiatric care, pediatrics, transgender medicine, contraceptive access, dermatologic evaluation, minor surgical services, and substance abuse and recovery programs. New patients are welcome to contact our office at 207-882-6008 or visit the website for more detailed information.
35 Water Street has a long history in the town of Wiscasset. Historically a bustling, shipping port, the Sherman family opened Wiscasset Lumber at this waterfront location in 1918. For nearly 70 years the family were stewards of a vibrant lumber business before the space was transformed into the Ports of Wiscasset retail space in the mid 1980’s. A plethora of businesses have since called this address home including a book store, travel agency, naval architecture design, custom sewing & upholstery, an engineering firm and a rural business and development agency. Wiscasset Family Health will continue the legacy of community engagement and service that has long been the foundation of this address.
“We are excited to be putting roots down on the south side of route one.” Says office manager Shelley Strozier. “We will miss some of the unique character and history the original farmhouses have offered our practice. As with many families- we have out grown our first home. We look forward to settling into our new space, and continuing the personalized and evidence based care that keeps our community thriving for generations to come.”